Costumes & skellies abound at this Washington Halloween wedding


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Photos by: Liebe Photography
Photos by Liebe Photography

Wes and Chelsea's Halloween themed wedding had some really fun elements: the bridesmaids were all various forms of witches, the groomsmen were all pirates,
the bride’s parents were Maleficent and Gandalf, and the groom’s parent’s were Hagrid and Professor Sprout. Everyone's costumes were incredible. Plus, there were skeletons everywhere (other than the ones we all tote around regularly, of course).

They also made a ton of their own DIY projects for their signs and decorations. And now they have enough Halloween decorations to last a lifetime. Don't miss the cutting of the cake with the groom's sword…

Costumes & skellies abound at this Washington Halloween wedding

Costumes & skellies abound at this Washington Halloween wedding

Costumes & skellies abound at this Washington Halloween wedding

Costumes & skellies abound at this Washington Halloween wedding

Costumes & skellies abound at this Washington Halloween wedding

Costumes & skellies abound at this Washington Halloween wedding

Costumes & skellies abound at this Washington Halloween wedding

Costumes & skellies abound at this Washington Halloween wedding

Costumes & skellies abound at this Washington Halloween wedding

Costumes & skellies abound at this Washington Halloween wedding

Costumes & skellies abound at this Washington Halloween wedding

Costumes & skellies abound at this Washington Halloween wedding

Costumes & skellies abound at this Washington Halloween wedding

Costumes & skellies abound at this Washington Halloween wedding

Costumes & skellies abound at this Washington Halloween wedding

Costumes & skellies abound at this Washington Halloween wedding

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Photography: Liebe Photography • Venue: The Vintage Grand Room • Second Photographer: Ian Codilla • Cake: Safeway

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